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Knowing when it's time to go home

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11. Posted by Mikey B (Respected Member 181 posts) 11y

I think that one of the things that started to frustrate me after being away for a long time was that on the one hand you were always meeting new people, some of them really interesting and enjoyable to be around, but on the other hand you knew that you would not see them for very long. I started to miss the kind of conversations that I would have with people that I really knew and who really knew me. There's only so much of the 'where you been, how long you been away, where next, how much did that cost you etc etc' type conversations you can take.

Mind you, like most people I guess, once I got home I started missing life on the road almost immediately!

12. Posted by Sander (Moderator 4808 posts) 11y

Completely agreed on missing friends and people with whom you have longer-lasting history.

('course, I happen to think that the solution to that is not to return home, but simply to convince them to come visit you.) :D

13. Posted by Mikey B (Respected Member 181 posts) 11y

Quoting Sander

Completely agreed on missing friends and people with whom you have longer-lasting history.

('course, I happen to think that the solution to that is not to return home, but simply to convince them to come visit you.) :D

Sander, you're a genius. Why didn't i think of that!

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